1: The poundage of your bow; This is important because to weak of a string will stretch to failure. You may ask yourself why not make them all really strong? And this is the answer, to properly tune a bow the string should be as light as possible so that the energy from the bow is not wasted on throwing an overly heavy string forward thus robbing the arrow of those much needed feet per second, that could either make the bow a rocket or a dog. On the other side of the coin is, of course, that it still needs to be strong enough that there is no undue stress put on the string.
2: Length of your bow; This is not from tip to tip, it is from nock to nock (which is also the AMO marking on modern traditional bows) when you have this you subtract 3 inches and now have your string length. To save confusion I like to work with the string length needed but of course can work with the
3: String color; Either one color or two (some places sell tri-colored, while I don't advertise it, I do know how to make them. There just a pain in the butt to make, so I charge more if anyone ever asks for one). This sounds easy but most people don't know they get a choice, send me the color you want and if they make that color(s) I will send it.
4: Nock point; I don't put nock points on strings, archery is to personal for that. Besides there being three drawing styles, that I know of (that would be one above/ two below, three below or thumb), I don't have your bow so I can't 'square the nock point', enough on that I just don't do it. If you need one head to your nearest archery supply store, i.e.; gander mountain. Don't forget to tell them if you shoot above or below (that means whether you nock the arrow below the point or above it).